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2018 Orientation to OSCE, Step 2 CS

Everything I need to know about OSCE and Step 2 CS Exams:
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2018 Orientation to OSCE, Step 2 CS

Everything I need to know about OSCE and Step 2 CS Exams:
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The Match, ERAS/Residency Applications, and Transitions

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Freshman Pinning Ceremony 2017

John G. Clarkson Freshman Pinning Ceremony
Now in its 18th year, this ceremony has become a treasured tradition, emphasizing the humanism of medicine.

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MATCH 2018

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Medical Education News

From left, Rosie Curiel, Psy.D., David Loewenstein, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Crocco, M.D.

Miller School Introduces Center for Cognitive Neuroscience and Aging

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has renamed the Center on Aging as the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience and Aging, reflecting a growing emphasis on brain research, diagnostic and clinical services, and educational programs. “Our mission is to be a national and international leader in cognitive neuroscience,” said newly appointed director David Loewenstein, Ph.D.

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More ancient skulls bearing evidence of trepanation — a telltale hole surgically cut into the cranium — have been found in Peru than the combined number found in the rest of the world.

Holes in the Head

Neurorehabilitation expert David S. Kushner, M.D., who helps modern patients recover from brain surgery, chronicles the remarkable skill of ancient Peru’s cranial surgeons.

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Miller School Study Confirms Ornamental Bromeliads Contribute to Zika Mosquito Breeding

A new study led by public health researchers at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has shown that ornamental bromeliad plants contribute to breeding of the Aedes aegypti mosquito — a key culprit in the Zika virus outbreak that hit Miami-Dade County and other areas of Florida and the Americas in 2016. In addition to Zika, bites from the Aedes aegypti mosquito can spread dengue, yellow fever and chikungunya.

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